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US News: Sudan: four ministers from being released, discussions around Burhan

Sudan. The flights are resumed at Khartoum airport after the

 Sudan. The flights are resumed at Khartoum airport after the shot © Tim Chong / Reuters Flights will resume this Wednesday, October 27 in Khartoum. Photo Stock Illustration. After the coup in Sudan Monday, October 25, the flights will resume at the airport of the capital Khartoum this Wednesday, October 27, and not on October 30 as previously announced.

Le chef de l'armée soudanaise Abdel Fattah al-Burhan lors d'une conférence de presse le 26 octobre 2021 à Khartoum. © ASHRAF Shazly / AFP The head of the Sudanese Army Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan at a press conference on October 26, 2021 in Khartoum .

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, spoke Thursday, November 4 by telephone with the head of the Sudanese Army, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane, exhorting him to restore the civil transition government, more a week after the coup. He called for the release of civilian officers arrested, including Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, in residence approved from Putsch. Shortly after the UN release, the general ordered the release of four Sudanese ministers, based on state television.

Coup d'état in Sudan: The AU suspends the country of its instances, the arrests multiply

 Coup d'état in Sudan: The AU suspends the country of its instances, the arrests multiply © RFI / Miguel Martins The headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa. At the end of a long meeting, the African Union Peace and Security Council decided to "suspend" the Sudan of the AU's bodies until the power of a transitional government led by civilians. At the same time, the arrests of civilians continue in Khartoum.

with our correspondent in Khartoum, Eliott Brachet

According to an advertisement in the evening of Thursday, November 4 by state television, Hamza Baloul, Minister of Information and Culture, Hashem Hassab Al-Rassoul, Minister of Telecommunications, Ali Jeddo, Minister of Commerce, and Youssef Adam, Youth and Sports, will be released. No date for their effective release has been specified. In the night from Thursday to Friday, several hours after the announcement, there was still no sign of their liberation.


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for one of the spokespersons for the Forces for Freedom and Change, met Thursday By RFI, General Abdel Fatah Al-Burhane seeks to "do good figure in front of international mediators", but throws "powder to the eyes". The opponents of Putsch believe that if these four releases are confirmed, they are far from sufficient, then most civilian representatives of the government dissolved by the military are still under the locks. Some face criminal proceedings, says a Sudanese diplomat.

The UN emissary in Sudan met with General Al-Burhane and the Prime Minister Limoge

 The UN emissary in Sudan met with General Al-Burhane and the Prime Minister Limoge © AFP Sudanese anti-coup protesters use bricks to barricade a street from the capital Khartoum on October 27th 2021, in the midst of current demonstrations against a military takeover, which has generated broad international conviction. Photo Stock Illustration. The UN emissary in Sudan has spoken with the general involved in the coup that overthrew the civilian government and spoke with the Prime Minister who is assigned to residence.

Thursday evening, several concordant sources confirmed new arrests in Khartoum, including that of the Taha Osman lawyer, a member of the demontent committee of the Omar El-Bashir regime, as well as those of two members of the Sudanese Congress Party: Sherif Mohammad Othman and Hamza Farouk.

Since the coup of October 25, , the arrests multiply through the country: politicians, activists, lawyers, especially in Darfur. But the cutting of the telecommunications complicates the count.

After a telephone interview with the Secretary General of the UN , Antonio Guterres, General Burhan also discussed with Antony Blinken, the US Secretary of State. As Antonio Guterres, the Chief of Diplomacy of the United States urged the general "to immediately release all political figures held since October 25". He also called it "to return to a dialogue bringing the Hamdok Prime Minister". Antony Blinken was also able to talk to Abdallah Hamdok.

In the meantime, intense negotiations are continuing in Khartoum for the upcoming training of a government. Speculations are going well, but for the moment, no agreement has yet been found between civilians and military. And in the streets, the resistance committees announce a new planned program scheduled on Sunday, November 7th.

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